When developing well-rounded athletes, it’s important not to overlook the qualities associated with training with maximum intent. This could be from sprints, jumps, medicine balls, and more.
In this episode, I’m joined by Zach Dechant from TCU. We talk about training baseball athletes, setting the stage for athletic success, and using sprints and velocity work to train with max intent.
Zach has been in place since 2008 at TCU and is the current Assistant Athletic Director of Human Performance. He oversees the development of Baseball. Alongside those priorities, he also handles the development and implementation of the TCU Sports Performance Internship Program, which has been in place for over 15 years. Over that time, the internship program has encompassed 40+ semesters and 250+ intern coaches that have moved on to all levels of professional, collegiate, high school, and private strength and conditioning.
Social Handles for COS:
– Twitter: @ZachDechant
– Instagram: @zachdechant